parent daily routine

Daily Routine

of a Parent



line (3) routine daily routine
put on make up get dressed
ready curtains dishwasher
dry wake up last of all
wet hang up hoover/vacuum






Hi guys! I can show you guys my daily routine as a parent.

So, let’s get started!

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I always wake up at 6:30.

I open the curtains.

And get dressed . . . then I put my hair up . . . and put my make up on.

Then I go and wake my daughter, Ruby, up.

Emily: “Wake up, Ruby. It’s time to go to grandma’s.”

Emily: “Ruby, breakfast is ready.”

I put my shoes on.

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When I get home, I have to do the dishwasher.

Then I have to do some washing . . . then hang them on the line to dry.

And last of all, I need to do some hoovering.

Time for a cup of tea.

Emily: Ruby, tea time.

That was a really busy day.

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1. In this video, Emily was herself: a girl. True or false?

2. What time does she wake up?

3. The first thing she does is eat breakfast. Is this right or wrong?

4. Did Emily video herself getting dressed?

5. An alarm clock woke Ruby up. Yes or no?

6. Did they eat fried eggs, bacon, sausage, beans and mushrooms?

7. Where did they go after breakfast? Did they walk, drive or take a bus?

8. Was Emily a homemaker (housewife) or was she a working mother?

9. Emily did some household tasks after she got home. Is this correct or incorrect? What did she do?

10. What did she do in the end, after finishing the housekeeping?


A. Are you a parent?

B. What do you do in the morning? What do you have for breakfast?

C. Do you do household tasks or chores? What do you do?

D. Which is more difficult, being a child or being a parent?

E. What will happen in the future?

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